3 WAYS to HELP DELTA SIGMA PHI

1)  GET ENGAGED

 

  • Update Contact Info (to get information on what's happening at the Chapter/ACB - we need your updated phone/e-mail/address).  Help with "WHERE's WALDO" Campaign as well - helping find "lost" Brothers whose contact info is out-of-date.

 

 

 

  • Be an ERA CAPTAIN (sign up to be an Captain for your era - helping the ACB promote events, distribute newsletters and raise money for Chapter renovations/scholarships)

 

  • Sign Up for SPECIAL PROJECTS (could include help promoting/planning an Alumni event, helping raise $ through our Annual Fundraising Campaign, or other special needs of the ACB/Chapter)

2) DONATE to the CHAPTER

  • Donate to the RENOVATION FUND (your financial commitment will help the ACB reinvest in the Chapter House and properties, providing a safe living/learning/social environment for Undergraduate Members to lead & succeed).

 

  • Donate to the 21st CENTURY ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND  (donations support semesterly academic scholarships to encourage/reward high achievement in the classroom)

 

3) MENTOR the NEXT GENERATION

 

  • VOLUNTEER for a DSP National or Delt Sig Spartan ACB LEADERSHIP and/or CAREER WORKSHOP  (help facilitate Delt Sig Spartan Leadership and Career Workshops in East Lansing throughout the year, and/or join DSP National staff for regional leadership academies and programming)

 

  • Become a Member of the ACB at Michigan State  (from time to time there are openings on the Alumni Corporation Board at Michigan State.  We're always looking for great Delt Sig Spartan Alumni Leaders to join and help mentor the Undergraduate E-Board and Chapter.)

 

"PAYING THE DEBT"

 

Paying the Debt is more than just a financial commitment.  

 

Paying it back is giving all you have - whether it’s money, time, talents or mentorship-

to help strengthen

Delta Sigma Phi. 

 

It's about making sure that the Brotherhood we enjoyed during our formative years as students in East Lansing - is preserved for the current Undergraduates and for future generations to come.